Page:United States Statutes at Large Volume 108 Part 4.djvu/474

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108 STAT. 3108 PUBLIC LAW 103-337 —OCT. 5, 1994 "(d) GIFTS. — Notwithstanding any other provision of law, the Director may accept gifts of suppHes, equipment, and facilities and may use or distribute such gifts for emergency preparedness purposes in accordance with the provisions of this title. "(e) REIMBURSEMENT. —The Director may reimburse any Federal agency for any of its expenditures or for compensation of its personnel and use or consumption of its materials and facilities under this title to the extent funds are available. "(f) PRINTING. —The Directt r may purchase such printing, binding, and blank-book work from public, commercial, or private printing establishments or binderies as the Director considers necessary upon orders placed by the Public Printer or upon waivers issued in accordance with section 504 of title 44, United States Code. "(g) RULES AND REGULATIONS. —The Director may prescribe such rules and regulations as may be necessary and proper to carry out any of the provisions of this title and perform any of the powers and duties provided by this title. The Director may perform any of the powers and duties provided by this title through or with the aid of such officials of the Federal Emergency Management Agency as the Director may designate. "(h) FAILURE TO EXPEND CONTRIBUTIONS CORRECTLY. —(1) When, after reasonable notice and opportunity for hearing to the State or other person involved, the Director finds that there is a failure to expend funds in accordance with the regulations, terms, and conditions established under this title for approved emergency preparedness plans, programs, or projects, the Director may notify such State or person that further payments will not be made to the State or person from appropriations under this title (or from funds otherwise available for the purposes of this title for any approved plan, program, or project with respect to which there is such failure to comply) until the Director is satisfied that there will no longer be any such failure. "(2) Until so satisfied, the Director shall either withhold the payment of any financial contribution to such State or person or limit payments to those programs or projects with respect to which there is substantial compliance with the regulations, terms, and conditi* ns governing plans, programs, or projects hereunder. "(3) As used in this subsection, the term 'person' means the political subdivision of any State or combination or group thereof or any person, corporation, association, or other entity of any nature whatsoever, including instrumentalities of States and political subdivisions. 42 USC 5197a. «SEC. 622. SECURITY REGULATIONS. "(a) ESTABLISHMENT.— The Director shall establish such security requirements and safeguards, including restrictions with respect to access to information and property as the Director considers necessary. "(b) LIMITATIONS ON EMPLOYEE ACCESS TO INFORMATION.— No employee of the Federal Emergency Management Agency shall be permitted to have access to information or property with respect to which access restrictions have been established under this section, until it shall have been determined that no information is contained in the files of the Federal Bureau of Investigation or any other investigative agency of the Government indicating that such employee is of questionable loyalty or reliability for security purposes, or if any such information is so disclosed, until the Federal